PChem’s technology includes novel materials (inks), print processing trade secrets, and know how that in total provide PChem with a competitive advantage in the exciting and rapidly growing printed electronics market space.
Thin Film Electronics ASA (“Thinfilm”) has 15 years of experience in the field of non-volatile memories using functional polymers. Thinfilm’s unique all-printed re-writable products are ideal for use in standalone consumer applications, including personalized toys and online-enabled games. They can also be integrated with logic elements, sensors, batteries, and displays for mass market applications such as all-printed RFID tags. The proven high volume roll-to-roll production of TFE’s printed memories provides the platform for its Memory Everywhere™ vision.
Polyera Corporation is a leading supplier in semiconductor, dielectric, and interfacial materials for the printed and flexible electronics industry. Polyera is focused on developing breakthrough materials for its portfolio of ActivInk™ products and on working closely with customers to provide deep technical support and customized solutions in order to enable the commercialization of novel printed and flexible electronic products.
TIAN laboratory is currently focused on Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS). Long-term research aims to investigate the fundamental electrical and mechanical principles of new materials for MEMS/NEMS and low-cost micro/nanomanufacturing approaches, utilizing nanotechnology (“bottom-up” nanomanufaturing techniques, nanomaterials, etc.) to effectively enhance the performance of micro/nanosystems. Present research efforts are the combination of “bottom-up” nano self-assembly and “top-down” hot embossing and other new MEMS fabrication technologies.
Fractal Systems Inc. (FSI) was founded in 1997 to conduct cutting edge research and development (R&D) on conductive polymers, nanomaterials and nanocomposites for electronic and electrochemical applications, including sensors and power sources for the Federal Government and Private Sector customers, and to develop commercial products out of this R&D effort. FSI is committed to delivering consistently excellent research and to creating pre-commercial products. FSI presently has 9 employees and operates in Safety Harbor, Florida.
NanoSelect is a nanotechnology company developing chemical and biological sensors to monitor the quality and safety of our municipal water supply systems. Nanotechnology serves as the platform for the Company's sensors, which offers a breakthrough in capabilities over state-of-the-art products. The Company's technology stems from the research conducted at the University of Pennsylvania's Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter (LRSM).
Synkera brings unique solutions to market through development and manufacturing of products that utilize nanotechnology, microfabrication and advanced materials engineering.
Synkera is committed to providing innovative, high-performance solutions to our customers. We produce nano/micro-structured devices focusing on chemical sensors, ceramic membranes and opto-electronic devices. Synkera's unique combination of proprietary processes, precision engineering and device integration of advanced materials bring practical products to the market for everyday use.
ANI was Incorporated in April 2009, with the purpose of providing unique solutions to the development of low-cost, monodisperse thermoplastic nanocomposite materials. ANI is located at the IDCAST Center in Dayton, Ohio.
Applied Nanoinfusion, Inc. (ANI) develops and manufactures nanocomposites based on patented nanoinfusion technology, enabling the production of polymer nanocomposites in three simple steps.